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Aug 14, 2013 9:00pm PDT
. >>> fall out tonight in silicone valle, after former nsa contractor, edward snowden leaked information. cisco is laying off 4,000 employees. we have details now on how it's causing job cuts. >> ever since the nsa thing they have been quietly banned in a lot of countries and i think they are anticipating a major fall off as a result. >> tech analyst said that kicis is battling the idea that they have codes in their technology that allows spying overseas. >> when there were rumors of china doing the same thing, congress moved to ban much of the chinese imports in companies in the u.s., and they blocked chinese sales. now that u.s. has been found to do it, china is saying if you can do it we can to. >> cisco reported higher quarterly profits today, but with future growth projected to be about 2% lower than expected. cisco's stock price dropped 10% in after hours trading. cisco is not saying where the layoffs will occur, the global head count is 75,000. the company has a history of layoffs even as it added 7500 workers. last summer, layoffs inspected 1300. it will free up money to spur gro
Aug 16, 2013 9:00pm PDT
necessary to reign in the national security agency. "washington post"reports the nsa has broken privacy rules thousands of times each year since receiving broad new power in 2008. the based on information given to the post by former nsa analyst now wanted leaker edward snouden. representative spear says the nsa has abused the powers. >> if you need that kind of surveillance get a warrant. go to court and get a warrant. don't go to secret court that never sees the light of day and don't do it under a guise of it being necessary for foreign intelligence when it is in fact spying on u.s. citizens. >> spear does agree there is a need for some internal surveillance done legally because of what she calls homegrown terrorists. specifically referring to the boston marathon attack. >> afghan army and police are taking the lead now in combat open rigs against the taliban as u.s. troops get ready to leave. but in this case the administration is not declaring victory or even saying that the violence is under control. eric takes a look at why. >> it's america longest war. in many ways it's m
Jul 31, 2013 9:00pm PDT
, a showdown much sorts for the nation's spy agency. >> heckled by hackers and how the nsa director responded today in las vegas. >>> o.j. simpson wins parole. but not freedom. i will explain. >>> spencer christian is here with the weather. >> i have the accuweather forecast center. still looking at a cooler than average weather pattern. when will it warm up? i'll have the answer coming up. >>> the surprise stalker. >>> the surprise stalker. what happens to this fish and♪ what's up with all these beers needing their own fancy glass? not me mon. i am my own fancy glass. red stripe. hooray beer! >>> tomorrow. make the most of your day with abc morning news. traffic alerts and drive time starts at 4:30. >> along with my forecast to plan your day. >> at 6:00, don't miss michael finney. it's all tomorrow on abc 7 morning news. >>> outrage over a new revelation about government spying. a new leak from fugitive edward snowden claims that the government has the power to track, hear and read every e-mail and every phone call all without a warrant. abc news reporter martha raddatz has react
Aug 9, 2013 9:00pm PDT
surveillance programs including putting a new civil liberties officer at the nsa and promising to reveal more about the once secret programs. >> we must be more transparent. >> but not when it comes to drone strikes. in response to the latest threat, u.s. carried out six drone attacks in yemen over the past two weeks. >> in the interest of transparency can you tell us about the drone strikes. >> i'm not going to discuss specific operations but they have taken place. i will not have a discussion about operational issues. >> the reforms that were announced today would certainly have happened with the leaks of edward snowden. some people a hero but the president says he is a lawbreaker, not a patriot. >> much more ahead. coming up, social media crackdown, bay area schools caught cheating on a big test. horses in one county, potential deadly virus and owners asking to take precaution. >> this weekend is going to bring us a nice warming trend. something we haven't seen in a while. how high the numbers will rise in the accu-weather forecast. >> a group that is helping ♪ [ male announc
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